Golf Tournament 2018 Presented by
Arizona Institute of Motion
The Art & Science of Motion, Integrated

Friday, September 28th 2018

McCormick Ranch Golf Club

Play A Round And Help Create An Opportunity For Every Child To Play Soccer

Join us as a sponsor, player or both at the beautiful McCormick Ranch Golf Course in Scottsdale. Your efforts will go directly to players so they can enjoy the benefits of the Phoenix Rising FC Youth Soccer experience, building self confidence and developing their character for the future.

Golfer Registration

$600 per Foursome

$300 per Twosome

$150 per Player

Single registrations are welcome, you will be prepared into a Foursome team.

1pm shotgun start
Awards Dinner included at 6pm

Register now

Awards Dinner Only Registration

$25 per person

Register now

Sponsor Opportunities

Platinum Sponsor $5,000
Naming Rights, Two Foursomes, Sponsor Banners, Gift Bags

Gold Sponsor $2,500
Two Foursomes, Sponsor Banners, Gift Bags

Silver Sponsor $1,500
One Foursome, Sponsor Banners, Gift Bags

Food Sponsor $2,500
One Foursome, Food Sponsor Banner

Hole Sponsors $250
Sponsor Signage on Golf Course

All sponsors will get recognition on event day and on the Phoenix Rising FC Youth Soccer website.

become a sponsor
Questions? Please contact info@prfcyouthsoccer.com

Alex Ramirez

Playing soccer for Blackhawks gave a focus, structure, discipline and desire to my teenage years that otherwise might not have existed.

During my time with the Blackhawks the bonds created with teammates, coaches and other parents alike were extraordinary and will last a lifetime. The opportunity to travel to tournaments around the country meant I got to experience things I never imagined.

I am now playing for Grand Canyon University Men’s team whilst studying Physical Therapy. Without soccer and the Blackhawks there is no doubt in mind I would not have had this opportunity. Playing soccer has been my life and means everything to me. I hope to, one day, give back to the game by coaching younger children like I once was.

Kayla Flemming

The experiences I had at Blackhawks are ones I will never forget. The coaches I had were the best I’ve had in my entire soccer career and some of the friendships I made are relationships that I will forever be thankful for. The sense of community within the club is huge and Blackhawks really was a second family me.

Blackhawks helped me play at the college level by giving me an understanding of what the process was and what was expected of me. The guidance I received from the club helped me feel more confident and comfortable about pursuing a college career and gave a great foundation once I arrived at NYIT.

Once I graduate from NYIT I hope to go to graduate school (either Nursing or PA school) both of which are very challenging programs to be accepted into. The dedication I have been taught throughout my career as a soccer player will definitely help me. Any athlete can tell you the valuable life lessons you learn just from being an athlete. However, the people surrounding you on your journey help to enforce and make those life lessons a reality by leading by example, and that is what Blackhawks did for me. The coaches helped to make these lessons a reality and I can say with no doubt in my mind that they are the reason I am the student and athlete I am today.

Shayla Flemming

Blackhawks helped me play at Aurora by providing me with many tools and resources for getting recruited. There were multiple meetings offered to us about the recruiting process and the steps we needed to take in order to play at the next level. With these resources it was made easier to reach out to colleges I was interested in attending.

Blackhawks has a great coaching staff that always made me feel like I was part of something bigger than just my team. Everyone was always very friendly, and they all wanted us to succeed on and off the field. It wasn’t just about soccer. We learned valuable life lessons from the coaching staff, from making sure we made good decisions, to making sure we exceled in the classroom. Blackhawks taught me that hard work pays off. If you put in the time and effort, you will succeed. That has continuously helped me with soccer and life in college.

Once I graduate from Aurora I hope to attend graduate school. I’m studying to become a veterinarian so I will attend a four-year vet school while hopefully working as a vet assistant. After a few years I hope to open my own vet clinic.